by UNOIT
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Hi All,

I am creating a site for a client and it is full width in all browsers except when viewed with safari.

It is a wordpress site. Does anyone know how I can correct this to show full width in safari as well?

Thanks!!!
#site #width
  • Profile picture of the author bestfriend
    Is it possible to see a live version of the site? Without seeing the codes, no one can help you. If you can upload it to a test folder, I can have a look.
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  • Profile picture of the author darenmatt
    Correct or wrongly, I've given up on 800x600. There just seems to end up being huge quantities of design understanding as a direct result of catering for what is now a small percentage of web users. It's enough of a headache getting FF & IE to be delighted on how to Build HTML as it is for self.
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  • Profile picture of the author leppozdrav
    Yes!! If you can share the link where you have installed the script, it will be easy for us in the forum to help you out!But, I am afraid how can you go wrong with the width when you re going with a wodpress template??
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  • Profile picture of the author luisserrano
    Full website width isn't cool. Just add margin left and right auto value to the body, will gonna be pretty awesome :p
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  • Profile picture of the author tentblogger
    Originally Posted by UNOIT View Post

    Hi All,

    I am creating a site for a client and it is full width in all browsers except when viewed with safari.

    It is a wordpress site. Does anyone know how I can correct this to show full width in safari as well?

    Thanks!!!
    site link?
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  • Profile picture of the author brianman
    It is likely that you will need to add an exception in your CSS code to handle Safari. Can you send us a link so we can see the code?
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